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Listen: Nicholas Cage to play Joe Exotic; 5-year old driver pulled over; It’s Cinco de Mayo

Up-to-date, daily info on news that is happening around Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada. Notes from today’s discussion include:

National News:

  • Cinco de Mayo, Taco Tuesday, #GivingTuesdayNow, #GivingNewsDay
  • Global Totals: 3.6 million cases, 253,000 deceased
  • Warren Buffet, world’s most famous investor, pulls out all investments of airline companies
  • Korean baseball, one of the world’s first major professional sports competitions, returned to action today – with no fans
  • Texas park ranger shoved into water during verbal altercation with protestors
  • Nike donating 30,000 sneakers to healthcare workers – Air Zoom Pulse, “first shoe designed for the healthcare athlete, an everyday hero
  • Nicholas Cage will play Joe Exotic from Tiger King
  • 5 year old boy pulled over driving from Utah to CA to buy a Lamborghini since he mom wouldn’t buy it for him

Local News:

  • CA hopping into stage 2 this Friday
  • SLT city council posted an agenda for a special meeting tomorrow – the first for new city manager Joe Irvin
  • Douglas County Commission announced a special joint meeting with the county board of health for Friday
  • North Tahoe public Covid testing has opened up at the North Tahoe events center in Kings Beach
  • Casinos plan to reopen from the gaming control board – Must disinfect cards and chips & table games like blackjack will be limited to 3 players, 6 for craps & 4 for roulette.
  • Douglas County has a new superintendent of schools – Keith Lewis was a unanimous choice

Listen to today’s discussion here.

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